What’s been going on at the Materials Research Society Spring 2016 meeting in Phoenix.
Monthly Archives: March 2016
We—SpringerOpen materials science (and Springer materials science)—are once again going to be at the Materials Research Society Spring meeting this week. What’s different, of course, is that this time the meeting is in Phoenix rather than San Francisco. But we will be there—and I will be there personally—in booth 330—to talk all about open access… Read more »
Interview with Erchin Serpedin—Editor-in-Chief of the EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
In this latest interview of our blog series about the SpringerOpen EURASIP journals, you will learn more about the Editor-in-Chief of the EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, Erchin Serpedin. He talks about the journal’s field, open access and more.
Originally discovered by the Swiss chemist Dr. Henri Martin and subsequently mass-produced by a Monsanto chemist, Dr. John Franz, glyphosate was first used in agriculture in 1974. The use of glyphosate herbicides has had a considerable impact on the environment and public health. As such, it is essential to have precise and accurate pesticide use… Read more »
In this interview, which is part of our SpringerOpen EURASIP journals blog post series, you will learn more about the field of embedded systems and mobile devices from Leonel Sousa, the Editor-in-Chief of our EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems. Besides talking about his journal and its focus, he tells us his opinion on open access and more.
The European Headache Alliance (EHA) and the European Headache Federation (EHF) are happy to announce the first Cluster Headache Day, which will take place on March 21, 2016. This day aims to educate and raise awareness of the impact and burden of this disorder with “What’s Under the Hat,” a campaign encouraging patients to share… Read more »
In a recent paper published in the Journal of Cheminformatics, researchers at Southampton University take a look at what effect different methods of recording data have on recalling experiments.
A significant new innovation-development model is being launched in the field of cancer and nanotechnology. A significant new innovation-development model is being launched in the field of cancer and nanotechnology.
We welcome two new Editors, Caroline Jonsson and Wei Li, to the Editorial Board of the SpringerOpen journal Geochemical Transactions